fuelling fuelling  /ˈfju lɪŋ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a substance that can be consumed to produce energy
  2. (v) provide with a combustible substance that provides energy
  3. (v) provide with fuel
  4. (v) take in fuel, as of a ship
  5. (v) stimulate

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Only, 15 feet directly above the Question Mark flew a fuelling plane piloted by Capt.
  2. He glanced toward the head of the runway where mechanics were fuelling a huge Bleriot monoplane named for the late, famed Joseph LeBrix.
  3. The incredible growth in television coverage abroad, especially in places with fast-growing middle classes such as China and India, is fuelling that interest.

News

  1. Platinum, Copper and Nickel ETFs See Surge of Inflows

    US nonfarm payrolls jobs data surprised to the upside last week, fuelling expectations that the Federal Reserve will move to ‘taper’ its bond buying program in H2 2013. While jobs numbers have been better ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: ETF Trends via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Hotels eye opportunities in Africa | bdlive.co.za

    WITH limited opportunities for expansion in South Africa, a slew of hospitality players are eyeing the rest of the continent, where an undersupply of quality hotels and upbeat economic growth prospects are fuelling the scramble. Protea Hospitality Group has signed a deal that will see it moving into its 10th African country, Rwanda, the company said last week.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Hospitality Net

Quotes

  1. PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: "The closure of the Glasgow passport office and the threat to a further unnamed three is fuelling the anger over the government's policy of below inflation pay. It is disgraceful that long-serving passport...
    on Jul 23, 2008 By: Mark Serwotka Source: BBC News

  2. "Instead of letting disputes over land and compensation drag on forever, fuelling anger, frustration and uncertainty, they will be solved once and for all by impartial judges," Harper said.
    on Jun 12, 2006 By: Stephen Harper Source: 940 News

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